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esclavage (n.)
chain or bead necklace worn by women and popular mid-18c., 1758, from French esclavage, literally "slavery" (16c.), from esclave (13c.) "slave" (see slave (n.)). So called from fancied resemblance to a slave's neck chains.
1. We definitely wanted to salvage some pride for British tennis.
我们当然想为英国网球挽回一些尊严。

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2. Chantal was lucky to be able to salvage her career.
尚塔尔能保住她的事业算是走了运。

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3. Once the fire has died out, the salvage team will move in.
一旦大火熄灭,救援小组就会马上进入。

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4. Salvage operations have been greatly assisted by the good weather conditions.
天公作美,这大大促进了救援行动的顺利进行。

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5. Diplomats are still hoping to salvage something from the meeting.
外交官们仍然希望能通过这次会晤挽回点什么。

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